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Title
Pacific islands monthly : PIM
Call Number
N 919 PAC
Created/Published
[Sydney : Pacific Publications, 1931-2000
Issue
Vol. VII, No. 12 ( Jul. 23, 1937)
Pages
84
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Contents

PACIFIC ISLAND) Monthly 1
Advertising 2
PACIFIC ISLANDS TRAVELLERS 3 , 76
Advertising 3
ADVERTISERS 4
Contents 4
Advertising 4
Pacific Islands Monthly 5
WHY SIR CHARLES ROSENTHAL? 5 , 6
B.S.I. ENTOMOLOGIST FOR FIJI 6
FUTU'RE OF SAMOA British or New Zealand? 6
RUSH FOR NEW STAMPS 6
Australian Gov.-General Official Visit To Territories 6
ANCIENT COOK IS. FAMILIES UNITED IN PICTURESQUE WEDDING 6
Volcanoes Quiet 424 Natives Missing 7
FORBIDDEN! The Governor and the Cannibal 7
ALL QUIET IN TOKELAUS 7
NEW HEBRIDES No Sign of Early Transfer 7
N.G. AVIATION 7
A QUARTETTE OF SAMOAN PIONEERS 7
Rearrangement of B.P. Services 8
SCHOONER FOR N. GUINEA 8
EASTERN PACIFIC SHIPPING 8
SOLOMONS GOLD Company's Plan Revised 8
Advertising 8
FLIER LOST Amelia Earhart Disappears In Central Pacific 9
GUINEA AIRWAYS 9
£4,000 STOLEN FROM BANK AT LAUTOKA 9
RICH NEW GUINEA Belated Statistics Show An Increasing Revenue 9
RABAUL'S FUTURE Inquiry By Vulcanologist 10
MANGANESE LODE Reported Discovery in New Guinea 10
WARD WILLIAMS' PARTY RETURNING FROM PAPUA 10
BAD MANNERS—NO OFFICIAL THANKS TO “GOLDEN BEAR” 10
SIR C. ROSENTHAL Administrator at Norfolk Is. 10
IRON ORE FOR JAPAN 10
REWA BRIDGE Big Job Completed in Fiji 11
OIL FUEL FOR SHIPS Installation At Tahiti 11
DENGUE FEVER AND INFLUENZA IN PORT MORESBY 11
N.G. ROADMAKER DEAD 11
U.S.A. CLAIM TO CANTON IS. Incident In Aviation Rivalry 12
"MAKOA" WRECKED Total Loss On Hull Island 12
WEDDING AT VILA, NEW HEBRIDES 12
TROPICALITIES 13
Advertising 13 , 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 14
Advertising 14
ABOUT ISLANDS PEOPLE 15
Advertising 15 , 16
ROUND-UP OF SINNERS Expected in Cook Islands 16
Advertising 16
BIGGER REVENUES Primage Tax Removed in Papua 16
SHORTAGE OF SHIPS IN FRENCH OCEANIA 16
THIRTY YEARS IN B.S.I. 16
Advertising 16 , 17
RABAUL’S LOSS IS FIJI’S GAIN 18
RETURN THANKS 18
Advertising 18
EVACUATION OF RABAUL How "Montoro" Transferred, Without Casualty, 200 Europeans and 5,000 Natives to Kokopo. 18 , 74 , 75
Advertising 18
Nazi Propaganda in New Guinea 19 , 20
Advertising 19 , 20
Advertising 20
Fiji’s Legislative Council New Nominated Members 20
"CONTROLLED" FRUIT First Shipment Marred By Strange Incident 21
CAKOBAU’S SUCCESSOR 21
N.G. PUBLIC SERVICE 21
Advertising 21 , 22
THE HUPI HATS OF BOUGAINVILLE 22
NEW PHARMACY AND NURSES’ HOME FOR SUVA 22
Advertising 23
TONGAN NOTES 24
THE VISIONARY 24
Advertising 24
FRENCH OCEANIA AND U.S.A. A Comparison Between Tahiti and Honolulu 25
Some Strategical Considerations 25
MOTHER’S SECRET WORRY 25 , 26
Advertising 25
CHRISTMAS ISLAND Severe Drought Affects Famous Plantations 26
Advertising 26
DARE-DEVIL DECKER! 27
PITCAIRN ISLANDERS VISIT NEW ZEALAND 27
GERMAN CONSUL VISITS AMERICAN SAMOA 27
Advertising 27 , 28
MEN WHO KNEW YESTERDAY Captain S. Mortimer and His Pacific Memories 28 , 29
TOURIST CRUISE BREAKS NEW GROUND 29
Advertising 29
PITCAIRNER IN LONDON 30
Advertising 30
MELANESIAN MISSION Proposal To Withdraw From New Guinea Mainland 30
ECLIPSE OF SUN SEEN IN SAMOA 30
PIRATES’ GOLD Search For Buried Treasure in French Oceania 31 , 32
Advertising 31 , 32
GEOFF. CLIFT—AN APPRECIATION 32 , 33 , 34
Advertising 33 , 34
FRENCH POLYNESIAN SOCIETY Distinguished Institution Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary 34
VALUABLE BOOK ABOUT NEW GUINEA 34
DUTCH AND BRITISH NEW GUINEA Boundary Line Defined 35
B.P. Extend To Phoenix Group 35
Advertising 35
COWS HAVE A LONG TRIP 36
Advertising 36
SOLOMONS NEWS Visit of High Commissioner for Western Pacific 36
SAMOAN FARMERS' FATAL QUARREL 36
THE TERROR OF THE ERUPTION Rabaul Journalist Describes His Experiences When "Black-out" Occurred 37 , 38 , 39 , 40
Advertising 37 , 38 , 39 , 40
4-ACRES BLOCKS ON SUNDAY ISLAND 40
IN ISOLATED VANUA LEVU 40
LONE VOYAGERS Why Tahiti Does Not Cheer 41
FIJIAN PASTORS FOR DARWIN 41
FORMER GILBERTS’ OFFICIAL MAY RETURN FROM AFRICA 41
Advertising 41 , 42
PINEAPPLES New Major Industry For Fr. Oceania 42
RUSH FOR CORONATION STAMPS 42
Asiatic Labour Should It Be Introduced In New Guinea? 43
ELECTION IN NEW HEBRIDES 43
RECORD PACIFIC PHOSPHATE PRODUCTION 43
Advertising 43 , 44
ACTIVITY IN DUTCH NEW GUINEA 44 , 45 , 46
Advertising 45 , 46
A NEW PAPEETE 46
Norfolk Island Knows the News Now 46
AMERICAN EXPEDITION FOR DUTCH NEW GUINEA 46
THE BOY-KING OF TAHITI AND HIS TREATY 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48
PAPUAN EXPLORATION 48
TWENTY DAYS OF TERROR Sufferings of Mission Party In An Open Boat 49 , 50
Advertising 49 , 50
FIJI’S PROSPERITY 50
HAIL, PIONEER! A Porker Makes Aviation History in Polynesia 51
SAMOAN PARLIAMENT ATTEMPTS "SIT-IN" STRIKE 51
NATIVE DISCIPLINE IN NEW GUINEA 51
Advertising 51
THE FUTURE OF NEW GUINEA GOLDFIELDS LTD. Mr. Blaikie Webster Resings-What Is the Mining Trust Going To Do? 52 , 53 , 54 , 55
Advertising 52 , 53 , 54
Financial Position of the Mining Trust 55 , 56
Advertising 55 , 56
New Guinea's Advantage Over Australia And the Future of the Territory 56
NEW HOSPITAL FOR LEPERS At Gemo Is., Near Port Moresby 57 , 58
Advertising 57 , 58
NEW VESSELS FOR N. CALEDONIAN NICKEL TRADE 58
Advertising 58
“AN EXTENSION OF JAPAN” Caroline and Marshall Islands 58
SAMOANS SEE THEIR FIRST AEROPLANE 58
CALF BORN IN 'PLANE 58 , 60
Advertising 59 , 60
TAKE YOUR OWN CAR TO FIJI 60
Advertising 60
PATTERN SERVICE 60
Advertising 60
Fashion Hints for Islands Women 61 , 62
Advertising 61 , 62
DEATH OF POLYNESIAN ARISTOCRAT 62
CHEERY GROUP AT ERIC CHATER'S BIRTHDAY PARTY, LAE, N.G. 63
Advertising 63
FATAL ACCIDENT Dr. C. H. B. Thompson, of Suva 64
Advertising 64
Fiji Celebrates King's Birthday Colours Trooped for First Time 64
FIJI’S CUSTOMS FIGURES 64
SLOOP “LEITH’S” PACIFIC CRUISE 65
"MAD PRANKS" Gilbertese In A Newspaper Battle 65 , 66
Advertising 65 , 66
A FIJIAN CANOE FOR TONGA 66
Cook Islands Commissioner 66
Advertising 66
TAHITI NOTES 67 , 68
Advertising 67 , 68
THE KE RMADECS Now To Be Officially Surveyed 69
Advertising 69 , 70
Pacific Islands Mining Notes 70 , 71 , 72 , 73
Advertising 70 , 71 , 72
Quotations for Islands Gold Shares 73
Advertising 73 , 74 , 75 , 76
Islands Produce 77
Exchange Hates 77
Advertising 77
Market Quotations Range of Prices 78
Advertising 78
NEW BOATS FOR ISLANDS Two 70-feet Vessels For N.G. 78
Shipping Services in the Pacific 79 , 80
Advertising 79 , 80
Index to Volume VII. 81 , 82
Advertising 81 , 82 , 83 , 84

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